Who We Are

Nacelle is a headless progressive web app (PWA) solution built for online retailers who are dissatisfied with slow page load speeds and low mobile conversion rates. With Nacelle, retailers deliver lightning-fast customer experiences through PWA storefronts optimized across all devices, are SEO friendly and pair seamlessly with eCommerce platforms like Shopify. We partner with top retailers including Something Navy, Boll & Branch and Barefoot Dreams.

We are an early stage, venture-backed, fully remote company. Our institutional investors include Index Ventures and Accomplice Ventures. We also have raised from notable angels including leaders from Shopify Plus, Attentive, and Klaviyo. 

 

The Role

We are seeking an experienced DevOps engineer who is an expert in AWS. The ideal candidate is a fast learner, a hard worker, has a knack for creative problem-solving, and is a low-ego team player.
 
You will join Nacelle’s Core Product team to develop and build infrastructure for our backend systems. You will work directly with a team of talented engineers who share your passion for well designed, low latency solutions.
 

Candidates must be experts in the following:

  • AWS
  • SNS & SQS
  • Kafka or Kinesis
  • NoSQL
  • SQL
  • Microservice architecture
  • CI/CD pipeline and software packaging
  • Security best practices
  • Infrastructure deployment best practices, including managing infrastructure as code
  • Logging, metrics, and monitoring best practices
  • QA best practices

 

Requirements:

  • A minimum of five years of working on AWS infrastructure including SQS/SNS, EC2, RDS, DynamoDB, S3
  • Experience supporting a high-scale, externally-facing web application running on AWS
  • A minimum of three years of working on AWS Lambda, bonus for experience with the Serverless framework
  • A minimum of three years working with the Docker, bonus for Kubernetes experience
  • A minimum of three years working with Terraform
  • Advanced experience with microservices and event-driven architecture
  • Advanced experience with monitoring and logging tools
  • Bachelors Degree
  • You enjoy contributing to quality assurance efforts

 

 

Nice to Have:

  • Node.js and TypeScript experience
  • GraphQL Experience
  • Work experience in an Agile team
  • Startup experience
  • Remote work history

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